LONDON. – Manchester City are reportedly set to sign RB Leipzig’s Josko Gvardiol for £86m.

That would make the Croatian the world’s most expensive defender, and he’s said to be really keen on to move to Manchester.

Meanwhile, Liverpool have announced the signing of Dominik Szoboszlai – and he has been given a legendary shirt number!

The Reds moved quick to secure the Hungary midfielder from RB Leipzig.

And we have all the latest on Chelsea and their transfer window.


Granit Xhaka will finally complete his long-awaited move to Bayer Leverkusen this week after Arsenal agreed a £21.5million fee for the Swiss international.

The deal, first revealed by Sunsport in May, has been on hold for the past two months while the clubs haggled over the price.

But now they have reached an agreement for the 30-year-old midfielder who only has 12 more months to run on his Emirates contract.

Now Xhaka, who cost Arsenal £30million when they signed him from Borussia Moenchengladbach in 2016, will sign a long-term contract with Leverkusen with the possibility of a future coaching role with the Bundesliga club.

The deal represents a major success for Arsenal, who are making a conscious effort to recoup serious money in the transfer market after years of being forced into accepting cut-price fees for surplus players.


Kim Min-Jae is reportedly set for a medical ahead of a move to Bayern Munich.

The defender will arrive for the medical on Wednesday after the German outfit agreed to pay his release clause from Napoli, according to Fabrizio Romano.


Sunderland sporting director Kristjaan Speakman does not think Manchester United ace Amad Diallo will return to the club next season.

He said: “I’m so happy Amad sat in here at the end of the season with me and Tony [Mowbray] and had a vibrant smile on his face.

“He loved it. Naturally, that’s what we want.

“Can Amad return to Sunderland? I don’t think so. He should be playing in tier one, in England, La Liga, Bundesliga, wherever. That’s the level of player he is.

“The staff here, the players and supporters have helped him get back on that journey and hopefully that will attract more players to want to come to Sunderland.”


Parma legend Gianluigi Buffon has been offered a £25million-a-year deal to move to the Saudi Pro League.

According to, Corriere dello Sport, Buffon has been offered an extraordinarycontract to head to an unnamed Saudi Arabian club.

The Juventus legend is now mulling over his options as he plots how to bring the curtain down on his incredible career.

The goalkeeper could opt to see out his Parma deal before hanging up his boots next year as Italy’s oldest-ever shot-stopper, aged 46.


Manchester United may be set for an unexpected windfall as one of their former youngsters appears set to return to the Premier League.

Tahith Chong was hotly-tipped to succeed at United having been the first youth player since Giuseppe Rossi to win the reserve team player of the year award and young player of the year in 2019.

According to the Daily Mail, Luton are interested in signing Chong as they look to build a team fit to challenge in the Premier League.

The Hatters have opened talks with Birmingham ahead of a possible transfer, with manager Rob Edwards a big fan of the winger.

And the Red Devils could be set for an unexpected boost to their transfer kitty as a result of the 23-year-old’s move back to the Premier League.

The Manchester giants added a 25 per cent sell-on-fee into their deal with Birmingham last summer.


Arsenal are considering a move for another Manchester City star in what would be their third in just 12 months after landing Oleksandr Zinchenko as well as Gabriel Jesus.

According to Mundo Deportivo, the Gunners are interested in bringing in Aymeric Laporte.

The 29-year-old started just 11 Premier League games for City last season as he slipped down the pecking order behind the likes of Ruben Dias, John Stones, Nathan Ake and Manuel Akanji.

And the centre-back may find himself even further away from manager Pep Guardiola’s starting line-up if the Citizens strike a deal for RB Leipzig star Josko Gvardiol.

But Arsenal face competition in their pursuit of Laporte as Juventus are said to be interested in the Spain international, while Barcelona have previously been linked with the defender.


Tottenham could look to sell Harry Kane for around £10million in January, according to former West Ham ace Frank McAvennie.

“If he stays they will probably want to sell him for £10m in January or something just to get something back for him.

“They would want something for him.

“If somebody is willing to pay £80m or £90m [this summer] for a nearly 30-year-old striker, I would bite the hand off them.” -The Sun.


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